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A Proposal for Mobile Diabetes Self-control: Towards a Patient Monitoring Framework
In this paper, we present a proposal for Patients’ Mobile Monitoring. This framework enables the definition and generation of profiles, modules and communication structures between each of the measuring devices and the ...
From implicit to touching interaction by identification technologies: Towards tagging context
Intelligent environments need interactions capable of detecting users and providing them with good-quality contextual information. In this sense we adapt technologies, identifying and locating people for supporting their ...
Achieving Adaptive Augmented Reality through Ontological Context-Awareness applied to AAL Scenarios
This paper presents a proposal for supporting daily user needs by simple interactions with the environment through an augmented-reality perspective that applies proactive adaptation through knowledge representation using ...
An Architecture for Development of Ambient Assisted Living Applications: a Case Study in Diabetes
Advances in sensors, mobile and embedded devices have made possible patient monitoring and provided medical treatments and other assistance in health care. Aging populations will benefit from reduced costs and improved ...
Ontological Context-Awareness for Adaptive Augmented Reality
This paper presents a proposal for supporting daily user needs by simple interactions with the environment through an augmented-reality perspective and applying proactive adaptation through knowledge representation using ...
Ambient intelligence: technological solution for wellnes and support to daily activities
Ambient Intelligence (AmI) is a new paradigm in information technology, in which people are empowered through a digital environment that is aware of their presence and context, and is sensitive, adaptive, and responsive ...